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this is an illustration of all the different types of colors to be used in an image...http://inkfumes.blogspot.com/2011/10/poster-designs-color-design-typography.html

this is an illustration of all the different types of colors to be used in an image...http://inkfumes.blogspot.com/2011/10/poster-designs-color-design-typography.html

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#tuesdaytips #griseldasastrawinata #art #tutorial #highlights

1.  Silhouette! Use them sparingly.  There’s no need to draw the fur all over. Draw them when there’s a change of direction; such as elbow, knees, shoulders, Sometimes it’s nice to change directions of the hair drawing itself.  It can indicate gravity.  2.  Interior indication. Be playful with it.  it tells a lot on what type of hair it is. You can even vary the length or clump things together. What ever it is, do NOT leave the interior blank.  3.  Combine both. Have fun and go crazy with…

1. Silhouette! Use them sparingly. There’s no need to draw the fur all over. Draw them when there’s a change of direction; such as elbow, knees, shoulders, Sometimes it’s nice to change directions of the hair drawing itself. It can indicate gravity. 2. Interior indication. Be playful with it. it tells a lot on what type of hair it is. You can even vary the length or clump things together. What ever it is, do NOT leave the interior blank. 3. Combine both. Have fun and go crazy with…

color wheel

color wheel

1.  I think about the main focal color that I would like to showcase.  In this example, my “pumpkin pie kitty” painting, I want to showcase the orange of the pumpkin pie; so my main color that I MUST use is orange.    2.  Then I add black and white, and another color.  The other color will mostly likely be an analogous (orange-red or orange-yellow), complementary (blue), or shifted complementary (blue-green or blue-violet).    3.  Do color comp.  Pick one.  And….  Happy painting!

1. I think about the main focal color that I would like to showcase. In this example, my “pumpkin pie kitty” painting, I want to showcase the orange of the pumpkin pie; so my main color that I MUST use is orange. 2. Then I add black and white, and another color. The other color will mostly likely be an analogous (orange-red or orange-yellow), complementary (blue), or shifted complementary (blue-green or blue-violet). 3. Do color comp. Pick one. And…. Happy painting!

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Trees Tutorial by SarahScala.deviantart.com on @deviantART:

Trees Tutorial by SarahScala.deviantart.com on @deviantART:

Tuto 17 : underconstruction by AquaSixio.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Tuto 17 : underconstruction by AquaSixio.deviantart.com on @deviantART

The Getting Started Series is Finally Here! Check out the full course and handouts here: cgcookie.com/concept/cgc-cours…

The Getting Started Series is Finally Here! Check out the full course and handouts here: cgcookie.com/concept/cgc-cours…

Simple Hair Painting Step by Step by *WingedGenesis5 on deviantART

Simple Hair Painting Step by Step by *WingedGenesis5 on deviantART

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